The celebration of the New Year is an arbitrary event in the grand scheme, but one that has taken on great cultural importance as a moment of pause, reflection and revision. We can bid farewell, or Continue Reading
One of the things that I've set as a goal this year is to work on my control of midday light. It's a style of photography that many have found success in, and I can't seem to come away from with Continue Reading
We've reached the end of 2010 and that means a look back at the year in photography.
This year, I set out some goals at the beginning of the year for myself, and for the most part, I'm pretty Continue Reading
Autumn has arrived!
I just spent a few days roaming around Northern New Hampshire, where peak foliage has arrived right on time. The weather was gorgeous for just about the whole weekend, which Continue Reading
While planning for my hike to Mount Lafayette last week, I was pleased to discover we have reached an arbitrary milestone in the progression of the seasons. The sun now rises after 6AM, which makes Continue Reading
This past winter, I had the opportunity to shoot an assignment for the Mount Washington Observatory, a place very dear to me. It was here that I worked for years as a meteorologist and observer, Continue Reading
It's around this time every year that you begin to notice the transition from summer to autumn. More and more of the mornings have a nice crisp feeling...and in the cool mornings, mist rises in Continue Reading
Mount Washington is BIG.
In size, it's the largest mountain in the Northeast. In terms of popularity, it sees over a quarter million visitors a year. In terms of weather, it's legendary, and Continue Reading